Tuesday, May 17, 2016


Jack Woodford & John B. Thompson, Swamp Hoyden (Sincerely Yours), Uni Books, 1951


Deb said...

HOYDEN? Now there's a word we don't see very often.

/Seen with TROLLOP, HUSSY, and TART waiting for the geezer bus.

Unknown said...

More hoydens coming soon!

MimiandMona said...

hoydens -- i get to read about hoydens in the Regency Era "romance" novels i read sometimes...it was a word i had to go to my dictionary to see what it meant and it origin

Deb said...

Mimi's comment led me to a Regency favorite from back in the day: http://www.amazon.com/Memoirs-Hoyden-Joan-Smith/dp/0449213293#

Unknown said...

Obviously hat one's no swamp hoyden, Deb.

Deb said...

Yeah, iirc, it's a very "tame" book.

Unknown said...

I suspect that SWAMP HOYDEN is mighty tame, too, by today's standards.

Dan said...

As Groucho might have said, "I never hoyden such a thing!"

(Eyebrows wiggle)

Unknown said...

Well, that lowered the level.

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